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South Fraser Perimeter Road Project

The South Fraser Perimeter Road (SFPR) project is part of the Province’s Gateway Program, which will improve roads and bridges for people, goods and transit in Metro Vancouver. The SFPR, approximately 37 km long, is a new four-lane, 80 km/hr route along the south side of the Fraser River, extending from Deltaport Way in Southwest Delta to 176th Street.

South Fraser Perimeter Road Project

Project Details

Project Description: The South Fraser Perimeter Road (SFPR) project is part of the Province’s Gateway Program, which will improve roads and bridges for people, goods and transit in Metro Vancouver. The SFPR, approximately 37 km long, is a new four-lane, 80 km/hr route along the south side of the Fraser River, extending from Deltaport Way in Southwest Delta to 176th Street, including connections to Highway 1, 15, 17, 91, 99 and to TransLink’s Golden Ears Bridge Connector Road.

The SFPR will offer goods movers an efficient transportation corridor, while restoring municipal roads as community connectors by reducing truck and other traffic in residential neighbourhoods. Project construction is scheduled for completion in 2013. The SFPR will be jointly funded by the federal and provincial governments.

Client: Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure
Capital Cost: $658 million
Partner: Fraser Transportation Group
Project Status: Operational
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Project Awards

2010

  • CCPPP National Awards for Innovation and Excellence – Award of Merit, Financingcategory

Milestones

Request for Qualifications issued July 29, 2008
Request for Qualifications closed September 29, 2008
Shortlist announced January 12, 2009
Request for Proposals issued April 9, 2009
Contract award July 14, 2010
Construction to begin 2010
Construction completed December 21, 2013

Project Updates

Procurement Documents

Project Contacts

Project Contact:

Geoff Freer
Gateway Program
Phone: (604) 660-6047

Media Contact:

Trish Rorison | Communications Manager
Government Communications & Public Engagement
Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure
Phone: (250) 356-7707 Cell: (250) 580-6723
Email: trish.rorison@gov.bc.ca

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